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good morning, america. breaking overnight, angry demonstrators take to the streets of chicago. >> all: 16 shots. >> after dash cam of that officer shooting the teenager 16 times is released. the officer charged with murder. a major city on edge this morning. a major storm slamming the middle of the country as millions of americans hit the road. a snowstorm turning one interstate into a parking lot. more than a foot falling in some areas. the storm moving east creating a mess for the holiday and airports are packed with security heightened everywhere. and take a look at this miracle caught on camera. a 2.6 million-pound brick smokestack comes crashing down on an excavator. a worker inside. his daughter nearby. how his quick thinking helped him walk away.
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>> bindi and derek. >> and bindi blows them away in the ballroom. >> thank you for changing my life. >> dominating on the dance floor. >> bindi deserved it. she kicked butt. >> and derek adds to his mirror ball trophy collection picking up number six, the top four finalists getting on a plane flying all night. they've got their "gma" coffee and they're on the way to times square for our big "gma" ballroom bash. >> all: good morning, america. >> we're on our way to see you! ♪ good morning, america. what a finale for "dancing with the stars." congratulations to bindi and derek. there it was, the minute winning moment right there. fireworks on the dance floor. not the first time. look at the gopro camera on their jet. the finalists flew all night to be here this morning and there
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they are right now pulling into times square live right here on "good morning america." >> a huge crowd awaiting their arrival. they flew all night long to be here as we said, derek winning his sixth mirror ball trophy. bindi taking it home right now to you. we're here in times square. >> we have a lot to get to. >> and that crowd right there, you're not kidding. it is freezing outside and they've been lining up from before midnight to be here. big celebration. >> nice pink carpet right into the elevator all morning long. they were able to get here. they didn't have to worry about the holiday travel but you do. it's crazy out there. a day for millions of americans headed out for thanksgiving. a look at traffic and airport cameras all over the country. we're covering that for you, as well. >> we have this cool experiment. we're going to try to show you the best way to get home for the holiday.
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we'd like to call it the ultimate guide to beating traffic or not. >> we are going to begin with that chicago police officer charged with murdering a teenager firing 16 shots in 15 seconds. protesters filled the streets shutting down traffic after dash cam video and the victim's family pleaded for calm. alex perez is on the scene in chicago. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. investigators say that officer opened fire seconds after he got on the scene. that video only made public now because a judge ordered it be released. this morning, newly released dash cam video giving us a closer look at the chilling moment chicago police officer jason van dyke emptied his 9 millimeter gun on 17-year-old laquan mcdonald. we will freeze the video here. mcdonald died on his way to the hospital. >> it is violent. it is chilling. >> reporter: cook county state attorney anita alvarez charging him with first degree murder and
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his attorney refusing to answer questions, only saying -- >> this is not a murder case despite what you heard in the courtroom. >> reporter: the shooting took place on october 20th, 2014. 9:47 p.m., police responding to a call of a suspect with a knife breaking into cars and walking down the street tracked mcdonald down. ten minutes later officer van dyke, authorities say, opens fire after mcdonald collapses, prosecutors say van dyke kept firing 16 bullets in 15 seconds. another officer can then be seen kicking that knife away from mcdonald's body but the teenager investigator said he never threatened the officers. overnight demonstrators are taking to the streets of chicago confronting police outside this station. >> all: 16 shots. 16 shots. >> reporter: and now with community tension building the city's top brass on edge. >> jason van dyke will be judged in a court of law, that's exactly how it should be.
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>> reporter: and van dyke is being held without bond. his attorney argues he fired his weapon because he feared for his life. the mcdonald family has reached a $5 million settlement with the city. george. >> okay, alex, thanks very much. more from our legal analyst dan abrams. the shooting more than a year ago, the prosecution just a couple of days ago. >> and the prosecutor's basically saying these cases are complicated. they can take over a year. both those things are true but when you have this video with this many shots and you have the prosecutor now admitting that she moves forward the announcement of the charges because of the video, it is a completely fair question to ask, why did it take so long? >> we saw the preview of the defense right there. they say the officer feared for his life. >> the legal standard is would a reasonable police officer have felt in danger? doesn't mean he had to have been in danger but would a reasonable police officer have felt that way? of course, the challenge here is going to be because he didn't have a gun, it turns out and
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most importantly the distance he was from the officer, there's no indication that he's running towards the officer, et cetera. you listen to the defense attorney and he keeps saying again and again this did not a murder case, which to me says this is the defense attorney who is looking for a lesser included. >> lesser charge and how much difference does it make the boy did not have a gun as you said but he was not unarmed, had that knife. >> critical because of the distance between them meaning if he had a gun there could always be the threat of a shot. as it turns out he had the knife in his hand without moving towards him, tough, tough defense. >> okay, dan abrams, thanks very much. >> such distance between -- >> crucial point. >> extreme outrage but, again, the teen's family is urging protesters -- >> they didn't even want the video released. >> thank you, dan. now to the holiday travel rush threatening to make the trip home a mess for millions of americans. people are already heading out. that's a live look at the highway nearby, newark, new
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jersey and of course airports will be packed with heightened security certain to slow things down. we have full coverage beginning with ginger and that snowstorm blasting the west and moving to the middle part of the country. >> not just snow but big time and dangerous winds. i want to start out in washington state, more than 50,000 without power. the trees coming down onto homes and cars. can you see right there and this morning, we have new video out of truckee, california, interstate 80 accidents littering the side of that highway. at this hour winter storm warnings from montana, advisories back to california and brand-new watches that went up just last night from texas up to iowa, why you say? is it going to snow there? no, even worse, we've got ice in the forecast so freezing rain from the texas panhandle right up through oklahoma and kansas, everybody is heading home on friday. it is not looking good. trtrouble spots picking out certain cities and timing out the storm coming up, george and robin. >> complicating air travel, as well. millions flying home this thanksgiving weekend after the state department issued that worldwide travel alert warning
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americans to be vigilant in public places and when using transportation, the tsa says it's ready for the influx and they screen 40% more people over thanksgiving and abc's david kerley is at reagan national airport with more on this heightened state of security. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, george. we have seen that security, the additional tsa officers and police officers as well who guard airports and a lot of canine units moving through the lines and sniffing the passengers as they are checked here. you mentioned 40% more passengers coming through between today and sunday, the airlines say that 10 million americans will fly. and, george, the good news so far there have been no major delays in the airline system. >> but you still got to get there early. >> reporter: yeah, actually the airlines and tsa are saying because so many more people are coming through and this heightened awareness about terror that you should arrive two hours before your flight and make sure you get on and get to where you want to go. >> david kerley, thanks very much. >> as i always say, pack a lot of patience. that's what you should pack.
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>> to the fallout from the paris terror attacks. stopping another deadly strike by the ring leader and the officials hunting for another suspect at the lockdown in belgium begins to ease. alex marquardt has the latest. >> reporter: we know that the target was paris's french capital's towering business district. [ speaking foreign language ] >> french prosecutors revealing the plan was if suicide bombers to be carried out days after the attacks by the suspected ring leader abaaoud and another man still unidentified. both were tracked down and killed in that raid in a paris suburb by french s.w.a.t. teams. that blast asing the second man detonated a suicide vest. this morning, a new suspect, belgium authorities launching an international manhunt for mohamed abrini seen here at a gas station two nights before the attacks driving one of the
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paris getaway cars, officials warning he's dangerous and probably armed. with him that night, salah abdeslam, the eighth paris attacker on the run now believed to have been the driver for the suicide bombers at the stade de france. the blast heard inside during the france/germany game. fears over new imminent attacks shifting from paris to the belgium capital brussels. belgium's foreign minister telling abc's matt gutman another terror cell of around ten people is at large. >> it's possible to receive a real terrorist attack with some heavy weapons and maybe with the capacity to do the same. >> reporter: this morning brussels is trying to get back to normal re-opening its schools and public transportation but the terror alert will stay at its highest level until the end of the month meaning they believe an attack could still be imminent. >> thank you. in the war against isis took an unexpected turn with turkey shooting down that russian warplane near the syrian border
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complicating the fight against the terror group while everyone waits to see what president putin does next. abc's martha raddatz tracks this one from washington this morning. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, robin. russia is announcing this morning that one of its two pilots has been rescued after a 12-hour operation but the other is dead and an angry vladimir putin is already warning this could have serious consequences. the shootdown of the russian fighter jet prompting russia this morning to deploy a guided missile warship to defend against what it calls danger to its interests. president obama's saying turkey had a right to defend itself. once again urging russia to strike only isis targets. >> we hope that they refocus their attention on what is the most substantial threat. >> reporter: the russian su-24 fighter jet seen streaking across the sky after being shot down by the air-to-air missile from a turkish f-16 crashed into
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northern syria. turkey says the russian pilots were warned ten times in five minutes before being fired upon. >> this is a very, very quick intercept. it was only 17 seconds that this russian airplane was in turkish airspace. in that time the turkish f-16 pilot was ready on the trigger. >> reporter: the russian pilots ejecting, parachutes deploying. as they fall they reportedly come under heavy gunfire from syrian rebels which is when one of the pilots was killed. russia says its warplane was conducting bombing runs in syria but turkey says the jet crossed its border flying over this sliver of turkish airspace less than two miles wide. a stern vladimir putin calling turkey's action a stab in the back by the terrorists' accomplices. >> there's going to be a lot of posturing but it's going to be a question of how far the russians take the next step. are they really going to do something in retaliation or let it blow over -- understanding that their crews did in fact --
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>> reporter: russian's foreign minister has strong words for turkey saying we have serious doubts that it was an unpremeditated attack adding russia can't let it go without a response. >> strong words. amy with the other morning's top stories starting with new questions about air bag safety? >> that's right. takata facing a record fine now faces a new accusation according to internal documents cited by "the wall street journal" it manipulated test results for more than a decade to hide failures in inflaters that can explode. they're now blamed for eight deaths and millions of vehicles have been recalled. in philadelphia, a teenager is behind bars after a police pursuit ended in a fiery crash with a school bus. police say the 17-year-old shot got into a gun fight. he's accused of shooting a trooper in the shoulder. another man was arrested and several others escaped. the hilton hotel chain is warning customers about a
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data breach. hackers compromised credit and debit card payments at shops and restaurants. customers are urged to check your statements for fraud. the company is trying to figure out how far that breach spread. a shocking discovery at a church in new york. a newborn was found inside the church nativity scene. the boy nicknamed baby jesus is healthy. the priest says there is video of the woman leaving the child behind and hope to speak to her soon. a california pizza shop, with this car plowing through the wall. it's still unclear why the driver lost control. and amazon is pulling a series of ads featuring nazi imagery. depicting what life would be like if the u.s. lost world war ii. it included american flags with nazi and japanese symbols. meet the man who is definitely going to be number one in line.
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the most serious black friday shopper perhaps in the entire country. jarvis johnson has been camped out since last week inside his tent is a cot, a cooler for his food, microwave and tv. he has electricity in there. he really wants a deal on a big screen tv and in fact he's actually in addition to being extreme shopper he's a freestyle rapper. want it? i hope you like the price because they very nice i'm doing what i do trying to get a tv just for you. >> something appears to have gone awry at the end. it was all really -- we were with you -- >> i was using his word, i was trying -- >> it was fantastic. does he know there's this thing called the internet? >> exactly. >> one week for a better deal. >> yeah. >> wow. thank you, amy. we move on to that demolition worker lucky to be alive this morning surviving inside that excavator. you see it right there as the smokestack fell right on top of it. abc's kendis gibson has the
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story. >> reporter: the demolition gone horribly wrong. after two unsuccessful attempts using explosives to bring down this over 150-foot-tall smokestack in alabama, tim phifer, 15-year veteran goes in to take a look hoping to knock it over with his excavator. instead the local landmark comes crashing down on phifer. weighing 2.6 million pounds. watch as he's trapped inside the machine, a drone flying above filming everything. members of his team instantly rushing to help. you can even see pfeiffer's daughter running across the bottom of the screen desperately trying to reach her dad. >> i remember being halfway across the field just looking at him and just like, i had to stop and i was like, i don't know if he made it. and i can't make it that much
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closer. >> reporter: moments later one of his team members throwing his arm in the air giving everyone a thumb's up and phifer emerges. >> i've had things go wrong but not like this. >> reporter: despite a couple of scratches and a coating of soot phifer is alive and well thanks to his own quick thinking. >> stay in the hoe. the cab is made for that thing to turn over on top of it. you know, i was safer inside the cab than coming out of it. god bless. >> reporter: for "good morning america," kendis gibson, abc news, new york. >> didn't he sound like bill clinton a little bit? >> yeah. >> glad he's all right. >> lots to be thankful for. so glad he's okay. >> and bill clinton and rappers. you guys are on fire. >> reading lips. we do it all. hopefully also helping you get home for the holidays on time. relax. we've got a "gma" road trip challenge right now. we're hitting the roads. to find out the best ways to get you where you're going.
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t.j. take it away. >> yes, yes when they told me i would take a road trip with my good friends. this isn't what i had in mind. rob marciano, my good friend who is already studying her map, sara haines but what we're doing, we're not racing back to times square but putting three different technologies, well, two technologies and one map up against each other letting you see which one is the fastest. rob is going to use the gps that came with the rental car. he's going to hop in and take off. for sara stuck with a paper map and use that, see how long it takes her and i'm using the waze app on my phone. we'll see who gets there. we're on our way. >> get going and checking in throughout the show. >> rob is helping her out there but there you see -- >> they're moving fast. >> if only it happened that way. so the road trip begins, a few routes from fairfield they can take and you have to consider there will be traffic and stay with it all day long. >> how about that weather. the holiday forecast. >> one of the airports salt lake city and we'll have a lot more
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this is southbound 101 through marin county. just an exit up at marinwood, three cars, two lanes blocked op out of lanes but slick roads a factor. earlier accident on the snow grade clear and southbound just before 24. a couple cars and lanes blocked here. >> sue, thank you very much. imagine a world where the holidays were about people again. where doorbusters referred to loved ones pouring through the front door. and the four-letter word that defined the season was l-o-v-e and not s-a-l-e. what if the only reason to wake up at 3 a.m.
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welcome back to "gma." a look at the highways and airports. that's the gw, the george washington bridge here in new york city. it's the calm before the rush and going to check in on our team, t.j., sara and rob trying to make their way back to our studio from connecticut showing us the best way to get where you perhaps are going. it's our "gma" road trip challenge trying to crack the thanksgiving traffic mess and even sara had the good old-fashioned -- went old school. she had the map. >> i'd just follow rob. always a crazy day for travelers. chicago on edge after those angry demonstrations last night. protesters taking to the streets after video of that police officer shooting a teenager was released, the officer has been charged with murder. and the middle of the country bracing for a major snowstorm that dumped a foot in
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some areas stranding drivers and the storm is going to bring more snow and ice for the holiday. so ginger is covering that but she's also covering our "dancing with the stars" spectacular this morning upstairs in the makeup room. what's going on there? >> oh, george, bindi and derek aren't the only ones with a mirror ball. yes, we've made our own here, carlos, nick carter, all of the finalists are here, we're about to start a "dancing with the stars" party. you don't want to miss it. i got the ball right here. >> so sweet. so sweet. that is ahead. but we begin this half hour with that nfl player shot in the overnight. rams receiver stedman bailey is in the hospital, this comes as the team is engulfed in controversy questioning leaving their quarterback in the game after he suffered a hit to the head. abc's gio benitez is here with all of this. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. bailey was reportedly shot twice in the head. the team isn't releasing too much information just yet but it's another problem for a team now in the spotlight. he is the 25-year-old wide receiver known for his quick hands.
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but this morning, stedman bailey is in critical but stable condition after being shot in the head. in his car in miami gardens florida, this comes at a bad time for the rams. two weeks ago two of their players including bailey suspended for violating the nfl's substance abuse rules and now this morning, an nfl investigation over this hit. watch closely. that is st. louis rams quarterback case keenum taking a hit to the head in the final minute of the games against the ravens. he grabs on to his head. a teammate pulls him up but he struggles. he's then speaking with reggie scott, head trainer but moments later he is right back in the game playing with a concussion. the nfl telling abc news it is reviewing "why he was not removed from the game for the necessary evaluation as required by concussion protocols." the good news is the rams coach says he is okay and could be ready to practice and play this
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week. it seems what happened wasn't supposed to happen and let's just hope that bailey is going to be ago, too. >> that is the headline here. bailey, what he went through. thank you. >> turning now to black lives matter. three suspects in custody. not ready to say if the shooters are white supremacists. good morning neal. >> good morning. the protests here outside the precinct remain mostly quiet. they have fire to keep warm. they have been set up out here for more than a week now and say despite the shooting they will not be backing down. this morning, three suspects in custody, one arrest captured on cell phone video less than 24 hours after this. >> help, help! >> reporter: gunfire tearing through a peaceful protest outside a minneapolis police
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precinct. five black activists shot. witnesses saying white supremacists targeted them. >> black lives matter. dangerous anti-black rhetoric and criminalization of black people. >> reporter: into the night hundreds took to the streets. marching to city hall and back to the police precinct where it all began. police won't comment on allegations that white supremacists were involved. only saying that three white men ages 21, 23 and 26 have been arrested for allegedly shooting the black protesters. none of the gunshots were life-threatening. >> glad you're alive. all that matters. you got your life. >> reporter: the violence rang out after a week-long protest that began when police shot and killed 24-year-old jamar clark. police claiming clark was shot while reaching for an officer's gun during an arrest. but protesters say he was handcuffed when shot and an investigation is ongoing including an examination of
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unreleased video that these protesters want to see. >> that man was shot in cold blood when he had his hands behind his back. >> reporter: the governor who recently saw the video says it's inconclusive. jamar clark, the man whose death sparked all this will be laid to rest here in minneapolis later today. his family has urged these protesters to end their siege of the police precinct here, george and robin. >> we have seen that from the families in minneapolis and chicago now. >> yes. coming up here, "gma on the money." just in time for your holiday shopping new ways to make sure you get the lowest price every single time. even after you've already bought your gift. also ahead, remember the guy -- inspired by a slice of pie, just not any pie, patti labelle's pie, he's getting some sweet satisfaction for this performance. her big surprise for him. whoa, patti. >> that's good pie. >> great pie. ♪
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back at 7: back at 7:40 now with "gma on the money" and this morning we're helping you save on your holiday shopping. almost half of all holiday shopping will be done online this year and abc's rebecca jarvis is here with apps that guarantee we're going to get the best deals, rebecca? >> we can guarantee you that, that's right. good morning to you and the
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national retail federation estimates we will spend $105 billion this year shopping for the holidays online but with prices fluctuating as many as dozens, even hundreds of times a day, how can you make sure you're getting the very best deal? take a look. it's the biggest sales season of the year. >> here it comes. >> reporter: but with holiday shopping comes fluctuating prices. take a look. this hello barbie doll on was originally listed for $74. then $69 and then $59 in just a few days. yolanda machado says she buys most of her holiday gifts online and spent nearly $1,000 on her gifts last year and has her hands full this year with her family's wish list. >> i want an ipod and headphones. >> laptop. >> ps4. >> i get frustrated because a lot of the toys that are popular are the ones the kids want and
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the markup is insane. >> reporter: enter consumer savings expert andrea woroch. she says use shop genius or invisible hand that run in the background while shopping online. if what you're about to buy is cheaper they'll alert you before you purchase. >> so i won't have to go to different sites. >> exactly. it does all the work for you. >> reporter: that laptop for her daughter we first found on amazon for $330 but invisible hand found it on best buy for $279. >> that's amazing. >> reporter: next up electronics on your list? name your own price with green toe. they negotiate with retailers for free. on green toe these beats headphones for yolanda's husband once $99, now just 72 bucks. >> and that includes shipping and tax. >> that's incredible. >> reporter: finally did you know the savings don't have to stop once you've made your purchase?
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websites like slice and brand-new paribus work to get you money back on stuff you've bought. >> prices are changing. hundreds of millions of times per day. with paribus, buy what you want, we'll take care of everything else. >> reporter: if the price drops, you get me the refund? >> that's right. simple. >> reporter: they can scan all your sales receipts and if they find a better price elsewhere they'll file a claim for a price match and your account is automatically refunded. paribus taking 25% of whatever savings they find you in all saving yolanda and her family almost $300 for a happier holiday season. >> two more great apps that saved her an additional $100, shopsavvy and redlaser scan the internet for sales so you get the lowest possible price when you buy. as for paribus that gets you money back after your purchases, they say they don't see or store any of your personal information
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>> can't wait for that song. >> and miss patti is going to help him network. thinks he might have a future when it comes to music. a lot to be thankful for. >> that is great. hey, we also are thankful for our gang, they're doing this road trip challenge for us that's t.j., sara, rob, on their way to the studio from fairfield, connecticut. each using a different navigation method to tell you which works best. t.j., how is it going? >> it's going well. we've made our way to greenwich, right? greenwich. waze is telling us we should make it to you by the end of the show. that's what we're told. we haven't hit traffic yet so we're still trying to make our way to manhattan but so far so good the app is doing us well. >> sara is going old school. using a compass and the sun. we've given her a road map. sara, how are you? okay, sara is frozen. not only does she get the map -- >> she's concentrating. the poor girl -- sara, can you
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good morning. i'm eric thomas. right over to mike nicco for the holiday forecast. >> snow still coming down. a snow warning until noon. carry chains with you. mostly sunny. chilly around the bay and a grapevine, snow showers, once they hit the ground, it will melt. 54 to 48 degrees, the temperature. 30s and 40s next couple of nights. look for frost inland. and changes in the sierra. 50 or 80, have four-wheel drive or chains. to the north, earlier accident, marin exit. now a stall traffic backed up to roland in novato and an earlier accident still there in the oakland hills southbound 13 before 24. eric? >> thank you. coming up, the "dancing with
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♪ good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. bindi and derek! ♪ >> and crikey, they did it. bindi and derek ruled the ballroom. >> thank you for changing my life. >> winning the mirror ball. >> bindi deserved it. >> let me give it to her. >> she kicked butt. >> the stars and their partners flying all night on the "gma" express, about to take over times square live. it's the biggest ballroom bash we've ever thrown. and wait till you see the surprises we've got planned. >> good day, america. whoo-hoo! ♪ it is huge.
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a huge "dancing with the stars" after-party and our "gma" ballroom bash is under way as you can see. >> the moment we've been waiting for, the top four dancers all here live and here they come right now. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> bindi right there. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> wow!
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>> wow! ♪ >> you guys aren't tired at all. now, derek is a little tired. he didn't get any sleep last night. he's resting just a little bit. he's going to join us in just a bit. >> you guys are -- how quick did you learn that little move right there? you guys are the best. >> a few minutes ago. >> you were so much fun to watch. each and every one of you all season long. thank you for that, and we are thankful that it is the day before thanksgiving, and we have some families that we showed you in thank you america last year for thanksgiving and we're going to update you, the family who was in the process of adopting. sanitation worker who's helping the homeless. mr. v. who wanted to go to washington with the drum line so making a difference in so many lives. and we'll share that. >> inspiring us all week long leading up to thanksgiving so that's all coming up. >> we begin with breaking news, human error is to blame for the deadly u.s. bombing of a hospital in afghanistan last month. 22 people killed.
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the investigation says the crew that launched the attack mistook the hospital for another building several 00 fetal away and failed to verify the location. crew members are suspended facing discipline action. a terror attack in tunisia. 13 people killed. and they have declared a state of emergency. tensions are high this morning after turkey shot down a russian fighter jet claiming it has crossed into turkish air space. turkey will b hold talks with the russians and one of the two pilots has reportedly been rescued. protesters in chicago blocked a highway demonstrating against a police shooting of a black teenager. protests were peaceful with only four arrests. a video showing an officer shooting laquan mcdonald 16
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times. the officer is charged with murder. and chicken salad sold by costco is being linked to e. coli. abc's reena ninan has the details. >> reporter: this morning as shoppers rush to pick up last-minute thanksgiving ingredients, an important health alert about chicken from super store costco. an e. coli outbreak hitting seven states and infecting 19 people who are believed to have eaten the chain's rotisserie chicken salad. so far five have been hospitalized. two people developing kidney failure that can lead to permanent organ damage. costco immediately stopping all sales of the item on november 20th after being notified of the e. coli outbreak. the cdc saying the specific ingredient causing the illness still being investigated but warning all customers to throw out any rotisserie chicken salad purchased before november 20th. overnight costco telling abc news, "we feel terrible that anybody got ill" and noting the product only has a shelf life of three days, and the last reported illness came on
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november 1st, and they say out of the 19 e. coli cases in the cdc report, 16 were likely made sick from the chicken salad. this isn't the first time costco has had trouble with their chicken. just last year they were linked to a salmon nell la outbreak linked to contaminated chicken. for "good morning america," reena ninan, new york. >> our thanks to reena for that. a passing to note from inside our abc family. legendary soap star david canary has died. canary played twin brothers adam and stuart chandler on abc's "all my children" for nearly 30 years winning five emmys. canary was 77. and finally, a man that i believe is up for husband of the year. you'll understand when you watch this video. yes, this man helping his wife cross the street during a flood in their hometown in india. not a drop of water touched her feet. that, my folks, is what we call love. back to you. >> chivalry is not dead. >> wow, that is unbelievable.
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that is great. >> husbands everywhere, take note. that is great. thank you, amy. and here's what's coming up on "good morning america." we've got the best ways to help you make your holiday escape. we're checking in in our road trip challenge with our three travelers, and then amy has an amazing one-on-one with ivanka trump. we'll have that and the "dancing with the stars" finalists are here after an epic battle in the ballroom. we've got some surprises in store. the trophy is being passed. we know who won it. here you go. coming up on "gma." >> whoo! rp turkey! whoaaaa. who made all of this? let's go! pea! [screams] whoaaaa! weeeee. whoaaaa!
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dance with me ♪ ♪ dance with me ♪ this woman is my destiny she said ooh ooh ♪ ♪ shut up and dance with me >> all right! welcome back to "gma." there they are, the "dancing with the stars" finalists from season 21 -- can it be? season 21 kicking off our ballroom bash with them right now. >> that's right. we're doing that and all the finalists here after flying through the night. we're going to talk to them after this look back at how derek and bindi became the champs. >> bindi and derek. >> she did it. bindi irwin dancing away with the mirror ball. >> the new champions of "dancing with the stars." >> reporter: her win with six time champ derek hough caps an emotional season where bindi
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drew strength from her late father steve irwin. it all began with 13 contestants and nail-biting eliminations. >> this is awful. >> reporter: whittled down to the final three. ♪ need a hero >> reporter: american hero alek skarlatos showed the most growth all season. ♪ everybody >> reporter: and backstreet boy nick carter gave bindi a run for her money. ♪ but in the end, bindi just couldn't be beat. >> bindi deserved it. >> let me give it to her. >> she kicked butt. >> reporter: her shining spirit brighter than the mirror ball on the dance floor. >> i can't believe that i'm here. just thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> and we are joined now by the finalists bindi, nick, sharna, alek and sharna. welcome to you all. you look great. >> the 21st season and the best by far. even the judges said the same thing, congratulations, bindi. >> thank you so much! [ cheers and applause ]
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>> you said it's changed your life. how has it? >> it surely has changed my life and i feel like i've grown as a person. i mean, not only have i learned all about the world of sequins and sparkles and high heels, but also to be blessed enough to work with this beautiful family. i feel like my family has just been extended, even more than animals. now i have this gorgeous family here. you know, this experience will forever be a part of my life and will live in my heart. >> of course, derek is sump a big part of it. he's a little bit tired but he'll be back out in our 8:30 hour. >> your mom terry, i know, terry -- >> mom. >> how proud she is of you. [ cheers and applause ] >> i love you, mom. >> terry, has she always attacked life with such zest? >> you know binddy is the most optimistic person on planet earth, and i hope it rubs off on everybody. but we never knew she could dance. so, this has really been an
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extraordinary journey for someone who didn't know that tiny dancer was within her and i'm very proud of her. >> it was wonderful to see you and the other family members there every single week cheering on your loved one. >> nick, you were the epitome of a gentleman last night saying that bindi deserved every bit of it. >> absolutely. i mean, this -- this entire season has been something that i'm going to remember, and i'll tell you, like we talk about it all the time, the friendships, the bonds that we have on this show, it's unexplainable like it's something that we're always going to cherish, to be quite honest. >> and i know you're going to cherish the friendship that you have with that woman right there, sharna and all the professional dancers, i say this every single season, what you all do and it's just you don't get enough credit. you really don't get enough credit but you should. sharna, i know that you were a bit of a backstreet boys fan in the day, so -- [ cheers and applause ] >> who, me? maybe just a little bit. maybe just a little bit.
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>> okay. we might have a little surprise for you a little bit later on. >> really? >> secrets. >> oh. i just got excited. i just got excited. >> nice tease there. alex, everyone who comes on "dancing with the stars" says they couldn't have imagined they've ever be on "dancing with the stars." i think literally in your case it's true. what a year you've had. how are you going to top it? >> your guess is as good as mine. i mean, this has been the craziest ride i've ever had and so much fun meeting people like this on the show has just -- i mean, been icing on the cake. >> you're going to keep on dancing? >> yeah, actually. yeah, i am. >> going on tour. >> so cool. >> and lindsay is going to go on tour with you. you're a newbie but it seems like you've been here all along and all the judges were saying just your freestyle is something they'll remember for quite some time. you taught alek how to dance. what did he teach you, lindsay? >> he taught me so much, not just about dancing but about life.
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i mean, he has taken every challenge that's come his way and just taken it and done the best that he can with it and i've learned so much from him. >> he's been inspiring to a lot of people this year. >> yes, he has. >> now, carlos, all of us who are married were wondering how this would work out, you and alexa competing against each other through the season. how did it work out? did it change anything in your marriage? >> surprisingly it strengthened it. there's such a trust we had to have doing this show. we're dancing with our partner, some dances like the rumba can be kind of sexual. you don't know what's going on but we had to build that trust and like strengthen it and, man, our marriage is so strong right now, i'm so thankful. >> and whitney's boyfriend trusted you too. >> oh, yeah. fiance now. fiance now. >> i know! >> whoo! [ cheers and applause ] >> come on. >> so is it going to be a little bit of a "dancing with the stars" reunion at the wedding? >> oh, absolutely. actually lindsay is my maid of honor. so excited. i hope everyone can be there. >> i'm the deejay actually.
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>> i just found that out today, yeah. >> again, congratulations and speaking of music, this is for you, sharna. you know, we know these posters that you've had up of nick may be a little worn, so we thought maybe you could use a new one, come on out. come on out. get here. [ cheers and applause ] >> i mean, i mean -- >> come on. >> this is amazing right now. i mean, i've got the real thing right here. >> that's right. >> i'll take it. >> did you know that your man had those kind of moves? did you know he had those moves? >> he's always had those moves he just refined them thanks to
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sharna. he's definitely come a long way. thank you, sharna. >> nick, we have a gift for you because you have a baby boy coming. >> let's bring it on out. >> what is that? oh, boy. >> born to dance. [ applause ] >> love that. >> oh. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> congratulations. you're all such great ports. we'll have a lot more ahead but now downstairs to amy. >> all right, guys, we turn now to another star. ivanka trump, mom of two with another on the way and now daughter of a presidential candidate. i spent a busy day with the very busy ivanka who is proving that when it comes to taking on a challenge, it's like father, like daughter. >> today i have the honor of introducing a man who needs no introduction. >> she has grown up in the spotlight, and now ivanka trump adding another title to her long list of roles. in addition to being a businesswoman, a designer, a
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mother, a wife, you're a daughter, of course, but now a daughter of a presidential candidate. >> it's incredible what my father has accomplished and how strongly his message is resonating with so many people. he's been dominating the polls since he stepped into the race. >> are you surprised at how well he's done? >> i'm actually not at all surprised because when he applies himself with this level of focus, he typically prevails. >> your father is no stranger to controversy and especially during this presidential campaign, most recently his comments about 9/11. >> thousands and thousands of people were cheering. >> do you discuss the news cycle with him when these things come up? >> well, i'm in the office, so we discuss a lot of things. he's one of my closest friends in addition to my mentor. >> do you ever disagree? >> well, you know, i'm a daughter, not a clone. of course, there are times when i've disagreed with him. >> how does that usually go for you? >> i think it goes pretty well. i'm pretty convincing. i'm a good negotiator myself.
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>> you better do a good job or you're fired. >> and while her father runs for president, she and her brothers are manning the family business. >> and today we're shovel ready. >> what's a day in the life of ivanka trump? >> every day brings new opportunities in my work at the trump organization. we're opening a project in rio de janeiro and one in vancouver and an iconic project on pennsylvania avenue in washington, d.c. >> do you have a favorite part? >> the design and construction. i love it all and now obviously i have my own brand and here in my offices of ivanka trump which is my lifestyle collection. >> i started this company for women who inspire me. it's chic, sophisticated and solution oriented. >> i love when you came up with this concept a year ago, #womenwhowork. >> we created an amazing community of women who are celebrating and supporting each other and really advocating for this multidimensional life. we want to be mothers, we want to be sisters, we're training for marathons and learning how
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to garden. the goal is to change this narrative and to be a part of it. >> and always at the center of ivanka's narrative, her family. she's expecting another baby this spring. what's thanksgiving going to be like in the ivanka trump house? >> it's going to be chaotic. we're going down to florida, so all of us will be at mar lago. i'll be with my father. >> what's on the menu? >> traditional. of course. big turkey, gets bigger every year as the family grows. >> it's huge. >> huge. >> huge. >> huge standing ovation. >> it's pretty huge. now i'm self-conscious about that word, of course. now i'm very self-conscious about the word huge. >> and for more on ivanka's initiative, women who work, you can go to on yahoo! ginger, we're women who work, so work it, girl. >> yeah, i will right over here. i'm not afraid of huge because we're going to use that word right now talking about the waves around seattle and washington. look at these huge waves that were crashing up onto the shore. the king tide plus that
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windstorm moving through and now that storm going to meet up with the remnants of what is right now hurricane sandra. all that moisture pooling up and from parts of illinois back through texas, we're on flash flood watch. some of the rain totals locally in parts of oklahoma, arkansas or texas could go upwards of 8 inches. that's the big pictu >> , i am meteorologist mike nicco with the forecast. mostly sunny and chilly and ben dry on the way. that means cold mights and frost in the inland valleys. cooler-than-average, lows and highs through the weekend. today we go from 54 in livermore for veil in oakland. tonight, look at the 30s but for richmond and oakland and san mateo and san francisco. my seven-day forecast shows it will be difficult through saturday. >> it is so quiet down here without y'all. we got to get back upstairs with the party. >> all right, yeah, get up here with your mirror ball, please, ginger. we're going to start "pop news" with a check in on our "gma" road trip challenge. we're trying to help you find
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the best way to get out of dodge for the holidays. what system works best? we had three teams leave fairfield, connecticut, about an hour ago using different navigation methods. sara went old school with just a map, and then t.j. used waze and rob marciano used the sort of gps system that comes in your rental car, which is not an app and doesn't update you with different routes, so as i understand it, sara is beating with the map, with the good old old-school map. sara in first, t.j. is in second. poor rob with the gps. we need to check in with him. rob, i understand you had to make a little pit stop. >> yeah, that would be nice but we're in last place so that's not going to happen. our gps took us to i-95, never a good idea when you have the choice to take the merit. we've hit some traffic and now it wants to take us to the east side of manhattan and drive crosstown during rush hour. we're never going to get there at this rate. i think maybe the hard core map would have been the best way to
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go, guys. we're having a good time. >> sometimes the classics. >> just using right up here and knowing what's busy at what time. >> it doesn't surprise me what happened to rob. i'm telling you the gps in the car always does that. >> yeah. >> it creates great discussion inside the car. listen to the gps. no. >> but i thought waze would be the one because i've gotten great success with that. >> waze usually works best for me. >> sometimes they take you on these crazy routes to divert a little bit. >> which is really great, so t.j. has that and sara has good old common sense looking at her map and seeing the most direct route, and it's working. so, consider the source. we'll check back in with them and find out if rob ever gets here, and we continue with "pop news," and queen elizabeth, you guys, she is turning 90 years old this coming april. and you're invited to the party, people. 25,000 of us at least can go, hobnob with harry and the other royals at the four-day royal event that will take place in may at windsor castle. 1500 performers will be there.
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900 horses putting on a show. the tickets are selling fast through the windsor information center. the cost, $83 and then, of course, a fabulous fascinator, which, robin, you and i know is a must at all royal affairs. not so bad. i don't know you'll actually get very close to the royals, but you can say you were at the queen's birthday party. sort of like you and i were at the queen's jubilee. really far. i thought i could see her from the distance. >> not so much. >> but it's a royal affair and happy birthday to the queen, going strong. then also in "pop news," we've found the perfect stocking stuffer if you're planning on doing a little shopping this weekend. this one is for bacon lovers, the world's first underwear that looks and smells like bacon. it's described as the ultimate in comfort and cured meat. each pair handcrafted in the u.s. of "a." >> we have children in the audience. >> a real item. they come in boxers and briefs, designed to embed the smell of breakfast in your pants.
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the scent will last through multiple wash cycles. the underwear does come with a unique warning and, guys, this is not a joke, the makers advise the garment is not recommended for use by mail carriers, zookeepers or lion tamers. i just would like to say before you all send me your messages and get mad at me, guess where i found this story? >> george? >> i got the e-mail yesterday. i can't believe she put it on the air. >> george sent it to me and said, would you want this for "pop news"? i was like, would i ever? >> now we know. >> thank you, george. >> you're welcome, america. >> hey, pitbull, where will the party be on black friday morning? >> good morning, america. >> friday, pitbull ignites the morning on "gma" presented by carmax.
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. right over for a quick look at your pre-thanksgiving day travel. >> take a look at the bridge, kristen. pre-holiday light. nobody headed into san francisco at this hour, or very few cars, i should say. no delays but a couple problem spots. first take you to southbound 880 at fruitvale. a couple of cars stacked up there in lanes. so now if you're headed to the oakland airport you may be finding delays now at southbound 880 at fruitvale, back towards oakland and 980. give yourself plenty of time. debris at edgewood scattered across all lanes. people slowing and
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welcome back top camera's an indication, you need sunglasses later heading up to tahoe. snow falling through noon and tapering rapidly. a check that said all major highways and interstates need chains. be careful, headed up to that. the grapevine, snow falls but will melt when it hits the ground. as far as what will happen today, mostly sunny, dry air.
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cool tonight. cooler than average for the weekend. 30s and 40s for lows and highs, now watch me whip watch me nae nae ♪ >> well, welcome back to "gma." a little whip, a little nae nae and all the finalists from "dancing with the stars" and a little howie d. as well. >> a whole bunch of stanky legs here. the nae nae, all your favorites. we want you to dance with us this morning. join us on twitter and periscope. we'll show you the moves. we'll show you how to do it. get up and dance, oh, yeah. >> a little stanky leg. never hurt nobody. so much fun. a lot more on our big "gma" ballroom bash. right now though we're going down to rob and george and amy. >> rested derek well, doing the stanky leg. that was good. this week we have been saying thank you, america, to those giving back and making a true difference like the coach
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who's teaching students invaluable life lessons on and off the field. the pizza store owner who came up with a unique recipe for feeding those in need. and so we were wondering about the unsung heroes who inspired us and who we honored last year, remember, on thanksgiving, that holiday special. one year later we check back in for an update. last thanksgiving, we met some incredible people doing amazing things in their communities. mr. v., a dedicated teacher who empowers his students through music teaching them to dream big and believe in themselves. >> i love them. i want them to know that i always have their back and anything they need i'm always there for them. >> his dream for the drum line, to see them march in the national independence day parade in washington, d.c. >> can we cue the drum line? [ cheers and applause ] we teamed up with jimmy kimmel to make that dream a reality.
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drum roll, please. this past july they made it to the nation's capital. >> half my group had never been on a plane. you know how powerful that is. >> he's like a second father to us. >> in life there are no barriers, merely potholes to step around. stay focused and move on. they take that with them and they live by that motto, they'll do great. >> hi. how are you? >> oh, my gosh. oh, my gosh. >> in st. cloud, minnesota, we met the naal. >> we have adopted six and done foster care for 96 kids and waiting to adopt one from africa. >> a close-knit modern family bursting at the seams with love but facing seemingly insurmountable hurdles adoesn't emanuel. >> i met his eyes and i just knew at that moment that that was my guy and i just fell in
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love. >> and this fall the neals finally welcomed home their son. >> he loves his siblings and they love him. >> it really feels like he fits the way god has put our family together he's a neal. >> in gaithersburg, maryland, do you mind if i hitch a ride. >> no, i don't. >> i caught up with harold harvey. >> here we are, ready? >> a sanitation worker by day and crusader for the homeless by night. >> how are you doing, sweetheart? >> his organization god's connection transition gct. >> we're going to leave you this bag, man. >> feeds thousands of low income and homeless people each year. >> look at this, arnold. >> thank you, america, teamed up with the community to support arnold in his mission to give back. >> the man of the hour. >> gct's love bags and mission are spreading.
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from guatemala to chapters in pennsylvania and now in florida. >> we're touching more live, more families every day. >> you are our guardian angel. >> thank you. >> we want to eradicate homelessness in america and we're just hoping one day soon we can do that. we can close the doors and say our job well done. >> great job. >> and gct notes they're e pandzing to a larger facility and will teach skills to help people become more self-sufficient. he sent us this. >> so incredible. >> you know, i can't believe it's just been a year and looking at these three families and they are families, it just lets you know there's something we all can do. we all can do something but they just wanted to say thank you and we say thank you america. >> let's go to ginger now. >> we are counting down to thanksgiving in the most delicious way possible. wolfgang joined us to show us
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how to cook a turkey without ruffling your feathers. we're talking no hassle thanksgiving. >> exactly. no hassle and one part. i'm going to put in one pan, a turkey, i'm going to cook the sweet potatoes and make the gravy all in one. what i do when i cook at home i put a few fresh herbs underneath the skin, huge sage, rosemary, thyme. whatever you want and now here i have some sweet potatoes. you have them or if you like butternut squash, throw them in the roasting pan and then if you love garlic, you know if you're an italian thanksgiving, we need garlic, all right. a little salt and put the turkey right on top here. >> that's a big guy. >> okay, all right. >> put it right in here. put it on 55 minutes, 450, so i put the level -- now it's under pressure. seal it, 450, roast. and 60 minutes, 55 minutes. >> 60 minutes.
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>> so now after 55 minutes, you release the pressure, okay. we're going -- >> stand back. >> it's okay. you have enough pressure here too. >> i got one baking. not a pressure cooker though. it's opinion a long process >> look what we have in here. >> ooh. >> a beautiful turkey in under an hour so this is a 14-pounder. all right. and now, let me take this off here. >> oh, do you want me to help. so now going to show you how to make the gravy. >> yes, please. >> so i'm going to put the juice here in the blender. open it up. you see all the juice here. we'll put that in here. >> nice and instead of using flour, we use a few sweet potatoes, all right. now we can turn it on. >> oh, there we go. >> just like at home so you blend it a little and naturally we have to taste it. >> right. >> so this is -- you don't have
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to do anything else for the gravy. >> nothing else. >> happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving, everybody out there. >> to everybody out there. find these recipes on our website, on yahoo! and we are going to eat some cake. oh, i am so hungry already. guess what checking in on our drivers seeing how they're doing and look who made it already. miss sara haines. that's right. sara, you used the old-school map and you got here first. >> i did. >> good girl. just great with directions or -- >> it's hard to undo what you know about getting here but i did follow the map but waze is i depth think far behind me. t.j. >> t.j. is not far behind. >> rob is never going to get here. >> very, very close so t.j. used waze. rob, we have a chopper shot. he is still in traffic. somewhere in the bronx. he used a gps that came with the rental car. oh, rob. you did a good job, buddy. you worked with what you had. and he of all people knows better but he had to follow his gps. >> oh.
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>> runner-up. t.j. holmes, everybody. >> everything go all right. >> we were right behind you. >> so that waze worked. >> it worked well. she just took off. >> i said follow my taillights. >> waze, road map. we've learned a lot and a nice good morning, i am meteorologist mike nicco. we have chilly temperatures, mid-50s. my seven-day forecast shows low-to-mid 50s and dry through saturday and lows in the 30s and 40s >> all that weather brought to you by mazda. rob will get here someday. >> no, he won't. no, he won't. >> it's going to take him a while. >> lara, until then we go to you. >> poor rob, poor rob. all right, so what if dinosaurs never became extent? the answer is an enchanting epic journey in the new movie called "the good dinosaur" that hits screens today. take a look.
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♪ >> leave it to pixar to take us to a brave new world where dinosaurs rule. >> i love that story. >> and that giant asteroid never hit earth. >> it really feels like you're there. >> brings these cheeky, roaring, cute -- aren't you just the cutest thing -- -- creatures to life in "the good dinosaur." >> wow. >> they're dinosaur, man. >> trying to survive in this jurassic jungle arlo, the adorable apatosaurus. >> with the great friendship between the two. >> and spot our favorite fearless cave boy. >> yes. >> throughout the movie they bond together, it's like a love/hate relationship. >> you'll have a roller coaster ride of an experience. >> and "the good dinosaur" opens
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today. robin and george, we need you up here in the marquee. a lot of fun with "dancing with the stars." all the finalists coming up on "good morning america." ♪ ♪ shut up and dance with me "gma's" countdown to thanksgiving, brought to you by walmar imagine a world where the only thing you had to wrestle for on thanksgiving was the last piece of pumpkin pie. and the only place we camped out was in front of a fire and not the parking lot of a store.
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at t.j.maxx, marshalls and homegoods, we're closed on thanksgiving because family time comes first. let's put more value on what really matters. this season, bring back the holidays. with t.j.maxx, marshalls and homegoods.
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♪ could be the because -- >> movie moment and there nobody puts bindi in the corner. what an incredible season of "dancing with the stars." she created some quintessential moves from some of our favorite movies. it was so inspiring we decided to create a game called dancing with the hollywood stars. about he we get to the game your sixth win. was it as delicious as the first five. >> even better. this girl is so superb. it's been an amazing journey. i love this girl so much. >> thank you. >> now you are competing against each other. >> i know, let's go. come on. >> really. >> watch out. >> that quickly turned. >> i'm mighty. >> pros versus the celebs. one each lined up and whoever hits the buzzer first gets to answer the question. you guys ready? >> ready. >> opportunity for an extra point as well. here we go. question number one, this famous
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quentin tarantino features a dance between uma thurman and -- >> "pulp fiction." >> extra point. >> hey. ♪ >> all right. >> extra point happening. >> to the end of the line. very well done. second head-to-head competition and here's your question, before he famously jumped on the star the star of this movie had a brief encounter with old rock 'n' roll with what hit moviey. >> "risky business." >> ah. >> extra point opportunity. >> for your extra point, take off your shoes, take off your shoes and put on your sunglasses. >> i got white socks on. ♪
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♪ just take those old records off the shelf i'll listen to them by myself today's music ain't got the same soul ♪ ♪ i like that old time rock and roll ♪ >> he doesn't do that stuff there. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ don't take me to a disco >> nicely done, nicely done. >> two for the celebs. two for the pros. >> step it up. step it up. >> all right. you guys got to help us out. >> what movie made john travolta hustle? >> "saturday night fever." >> it's your opportunity. ♪ dancing ♪ dancing yeah ♪ oh ♪ you should be dancing
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♪ yeah ♪ dancing yeah >> she nailed it. >> and the pros, the pros have a chance. >> this is for the tie. >> this is for the tie. no pressure. here we go. olivia newton-john and tra travolta went together like da ding-ding dong. >> "grease!." >> you guys automatically win but extra point. >> what was the dance? ♪ >> there you have it. >> go, go, go, go. >> oh, we have some winners. t congratulations and coming up, switching gears in a major way, we're so thankful for this
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deserve i deserving teen. also on the way i think we'll have a special -- uh, i had a feeling he would sneak in there. derek and company. coming up on "good morning america." ♪ ♪ your lips are moving
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ono off-days, or downtime.ason. than the first time. winning with bindi is incredible. >> announcer: this is an abc news special report. now reporting, george stephanopoulos. and we are coming on the air before this thanksgiving holiday because president obama has just met with his national security team. he's about to make a statement on the steps he's taking to protect americans from the threat posed by isis. in the wake of the paris terror
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attacks, the white house said they know of no specific and credible threat but the state department has issued a global alert for americans traveling abroa abro abroad. pierre thomas tracking it. what exactly is contained in these bulletins? >> reporter: as you say, no specific credible threat to the homeland, but they lay out that there are a pool of people here who are isis sympathizers who could try copy cat attacks. so law enforcement is being told by the fbi and homeland security to be vigilant, to look for anything suspicious and to act on all credible leads. >> jon karl, we've seen more forceful rhetoric from the president this week. >> reporter: we saw him standing next to president hollande from france saying that isis will be defeated. he acknowledged that this group poses a serious threat to all of us but he said make no mistake, we will win, they will lose. much tougher rhetoric, george, but still no significantly different strategy towards defeating isis. >> that's right. the president has still ruled out ground troops, will not use
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u.s. ground troops in the fight against isis and the french have also done the same. the u.s. strategy, the coalition strategy complicated by the shootdown of that russian plane in turkey. the president has just met with his national security team in the situation room of the white house. they've gone through many of the steps that are already being taken to protect the homeland from this threat posed by isis, the most serious threat so far, copy cats here in the united states, inspired by isis. and french authorities continuing to investigate those terror attacks now 11 days ago in france. one of the suspects still at large as the french and the belgians have cracked down hard on terror networks in both belgium and across france. states of emergency across the country of france. right now 130 people killed in that terror attack 11 days ago.
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pierre thomas, there are always enhanced vigilance around the holidays as well. >> reporter: indeed, george. i think what's different here is that you have such a spaight of activity in europe that you just pointed out, the attacks in paris, the russian planed that was downed in which isis claimed credit for that, the beirut bombings. law enforcement is mindful and quite frankly, they know the american public has been paying particular attention to what's been happening in europe. i spoke with the amtrak police chief yesterday and she talked about the fact that passengers are nervous. they know that the public is concerned, so you're seeing the president today. i think he will try to reassure the american public as he did yesterday. also we are told that homeland security secretary jeh johnson will hold a briefing today to do the same. >> long lines at airports across the today, today one of the busiest travel days of the year.
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tsa and transportation security authority also saying travelers should try to get to the airport early, at least two hours ahead of their flights. jon karl, the shootdown of that russian plane by turkey, the russians saying they now believe it was a deliberate act. >> reporter: that's right. the big concern here at the white house is that this will lead to an escalation of the conflict. turkey, of course, is a n.a.t.o. ally. with the russians talking so strongly about the need to have serious consequences as a result of this shootdown, the concern is that it could spiral out of control. of course, the united states has been urged by france to work with the russians in the battle against isis in syria. that was the message that president hollande brought here. much harder to work with the russians when the russians are on the verge of potentially a conflict with one of our n.a.t.o. allies, the key to this fight. >> of course there's so much frustration with russia because
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even though they've started their bombing campaign in syria, they seem to be going more at the moderate opposition to president assad than isis itself. >> reporter: according to the pentagon, the vast majority of the air strikes that russia has taken in syria have not been on isis target but on the opposition, including opposition groups that the united states has helped support and helped train. so a lot of frustration with russia. the message from the president yesterday is we are willing to work with the russians on this, but russia has to work with us on a political transition in syria and has to show that they are truly going after what is the threat here, the threat is isis, and long-term, the threat -- the real solution to the threat is a political transition to gets assad out of power. >> pierre thomas, for the last year homeland security officials have been telling you how fearful they are of the threat here in the united states and they've cracked down hard on americans seeking to travel to syria. >> reporter: they've arrested
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more people who have tried to support isis. also they've uncovered a few plots in which people were planning to do harm to americans here inside the united states. i think the thing that they emphasize over and over is that isis, unlike al qaeda, has used social media to reach out to people on their smartphones, on their tablets, urging them to, as the fbi director said, kill, kill, kill. the concern is that some unstable, troubled person will take that message and finally act on it. i think that's why you're seeing so much additional security coming up to this thanksgiving holiday. in fact, all that spaight of terror in europe, as one official said couldn't have come at a worse time. this is the period of time in the u.s. when you have the most people out shopping, the most people at airports, the most people on trains. >> lone wolf is a big concern here, but that terror threat in paris turned out to be far more organized than people believed possible. >> reporter: exactly. law enforcement officials have
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been pretty adamant this week that they have no evidence that isis has been able to export a cell like that inside the united states. they don't think they've been able to do that. again, they will also tell you they don't know what they don't know in terms of whether someone could have sneaked into this country, but they feel like the threat is primarily, again, people inside the united states who have been consuming the isis social media campaign who then might do the copy cat style attacks. >> and jon karl, even as the president's rhetoric has become more forceful this week, still no wholesale change in strategy and resisting the kind of moves called by others including his former secretary of state, hillary clinton, to impose a no-fly zone in syria. >> reporter: he's been explicit in saying that what he wants is an intensification of the strategy, not a change in strategy. even that intensification doesn't necessarily imply more u.s. effort. what they have talked about here at the white house is getting our european allies to be more forceful as a member of this coalition, going after isis in syria, but you don't see any
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talk of anything more aggressive from the united states. the president has been explicit in ridiculing the idea of a no-fly zone. he points out that isis doesn't have an air force. this is one of the key planks of form secretary of state hillary clinton and something many republicans have called for, but the president's made it clear that is not something that he sees as advisable and certainly not something that he's going to do. >> this has become of course fodder on the campaign trail not only for secretary clinton but the republican candidates for president. but even though they're quite critical of president obama, only one, i believe lindsey graham, is calling for extensive ground troops right now in syria. >> reporter: that's right. most republican candidates said that they don't want to see a ground invasion of any kind from the united states. they have said though that it is a mistake for the president to come out and explicitly rule out any ground troops and when the president announced just a short while ago that they were sending 50 special operations forces into syria, this was an idea
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that was criticized roundly by republican candidates as being laughably ineffective and potentially counter productive to have only 50 u.s. ground forces going into such a dangerous environment. >> and the president has also continued to speak out strongly, including yesterday with francois hollande, the french president, against the idea of those who are saying that we should put a pause button, put a hold on syrian refugees coming into the united states. >> reporter: and they've pointed out by the way that the french have not put a pause on syrian refugees. president hollande has made it clear that france will go forward with their plan to allow some 30,000 syrian refugees to come into france. the president has his plan to bring in some 10,000 to the united states and has made it clear despite any calls from congress, including some calls from some in his own party that that should be stopped, he says there is already thorough screening of all syrian refugees
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coming into this country, far more than any other foreign travelers to the united states. they are not a threat, and he says it is our moral obligation to welcome at least some of the syrian refugees in the united states. >> pierre thomas, that is in contrast, any syrian refugee has to go through the united nations and then get some screening from the department of homeland security, but one of the bigger concerns now of homeland security officials is the possibility that potential terrorists could come in through europe on this veez va waiver program. you don't need a visa for most european countries. >> reporter: exactly. if you look at the so-called person who was behind these plots who helped develop the plot in paris, he was able to apparently go from syria and come back into france undetected. that's the issue. people from europe, france, great bring, other countries, could go into syria, come back, not be known, then travel to the united states. that's the serious problem given the high volume of people coming from europe to the united states
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all the time. >> the other concern is that this cell which was quite elaborate organized in belgium, some travel back and forth from syria, was at times able to go dark and undetected, not only to travel undetected but to create these suicide vests, to organize themselves without the police catching any wind of it. >> reporter: right. it's not been officially confirmed yet but the dhs fbi bulletin that was put out yesterday did mention that they believe that one of the cell phones recovered in connection with those raid did have inkripgs on it. that allows terrorists to operate in the dark where law enforcement and intelligence would not be able to pick them up. huge, huge issue. george, i think the bottom line here is that law enforcement now knows that the terrorists have figured out that small scale attacks using handguns and rifles can do a lot of damage. >> apparently the president's meet with his national security team is going a bit longer than we expected. we're going to take a quit
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>> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, the one and only mariah carey. and "supergirl" herself, actress melissa benoist. plus, kelly rips up some delicious dishes from thanksgiving dinner leftovers. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] co-hosts, kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause]


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